YouTube Copyright Tutorial<br />Tired of having your videos blocked by copyright claims by Warner Music Group (WMG)? This video describes how to dispute the copyright claim and have videos restored that are blocked by YouTube's automated Content ID system. <br />It also provides a basic introduction to the principles of "fair use" and describes how to tell if your video qualifies for this exception to copyright law, even if you do use some copyrighted material in your video. To learn more, please visithttp://fairusetube.org<br />
YouTube Copyright Tutorial<br />After being frequently asked how I managed to keep my videos from being blocked by copyright claims by Warner Music Group, I decided to start a website devoted to describing how to deal with copyright problems on YouTube and similar user generated video sites - http://fairusetube.org. <br />This video marks the official launch of that site, which provides a detailed Guide to YouTube Copyright Removals, instructions for disputing copyright claims on YouTube and other user generated video sites, and links to valuable resources for learning about copyright and fair use law online.<br />
YouTube Copyright Tutorial<br />NOTE: This video only describes the process for disputing videos block by YouTube's automated Content ID system. For videos that are blocked by DMCA takedown notices, you have to file a DMCA counter-notification to get the video restored.<br />This video is not legal advice and is no substitute for consulting a qualified attorney.<br />Here is the fair use rationale I used if you want to cut and paste it: "This video is fair use under U.S. copyright law because it is (1) noncommercial (2) transformative in nature, and (3) does not compete with the original work or have any negative effect on its market." <br />
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